intoxicated : Definition, Usages, News and More

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in tok suh kay tuhd

  • v  fill with high spirits; fill with optimism
  • v  make drunk (with alcoholic drinks)
  • v  have an intoxicating effect on, of a drug
  • a  stupefied or excited by a chemical substance (especially alcohol)
    a noisy crowd of intoxicated sailors
  • s  as if under the influence of alcohol
    felt intoxicated by her success

  • A chronic alcoholic, said White in a concurring opinion, cannot properly be punished merely for being intoxicated.
  • Authorities had confined Andrew to the couple's home, but she said in the motion that he "had been belligerent, especially while intoxicated" and that he had been drinking in front .
  • America is intoxicated by its position as the world's only superpower.
News & Articles


  • Shawne Merriman in AFP
    At the time, I was concerned about her welfare given the intoxicated state she appeared to be in and I encouraged her to stay until safe transportation could be provided,Merriman said in the statement.
  • Elliot Mintz in WCBS-TV New York
    She's absolutely fine,Mintz said. "She didn't appear in the least bit to be intoxicated."
  • James Spader in San Francisco Chronicle
    I realized how much I liked it and how sort of addictive it is,said Spader, who describes himself as "obsessive compulsive." "And I have a very addictive personality, you know, so I've become rather intoxicated by it ...... So I really...

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